Gregory Alan Lewis Jr. is an American football coach and former player. He was born on February 12, 1980.

He is the National Football League’s running backs coach for the Kansas City Chiefs (NFL). In the NFL, he spent eight seasons as a wide receiver.

In 2003, the Philadelphia Eagles signed him as an undrafted free agent after he played college football for Illinois.

Between 2003 and 2008, he spent six seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles and two seasons with the Minnesota Vikings.

Lewis has worked as an assistant coach for the University of San Diego, San Jose State, the Pittsburgh Panthers, Eagles, and the Kansas City Chiefs, among others.

Lewis went to Rich South High School in Richton Park, Illinois, and his No. 8 jersey was retired by the school in 2004. Lewis enrolled at the University of Illinois as a walk-on for the football team.

Greg Lewis Awards Received

Greg in his career as a player and a coach has received numerous awards including helping the Chiefs to his first Super Bowl ring.

Here is a list of Awards received as a Player and a Coach

As coach:
Super Bowl champion (LIV)
Pioneer Football League co-champion (2012)
As player:

ESPY for Best Play (2009)

Big Ten regular season champion (2001)

MicronPC Bowl champion (1999)



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